I wonder how people even bothered to listen to this when it came out, seems everyone associated LE with the much more boring Liquid Funk that they/he got into will Billion Dollar Gravy. Back when they were a duo they almost only put out Jazz stuff like this.
>[garage house] is like saying jungle house
>they're two distinct genres, one is 2-step and the other is 4x4.
>Like I said, it's like saying jungle house or baroque metal
Yo /bleep/ who are some of the residents in the clubs in your city that you enjoy? I've seen this chick a couple of times already, she is ok... https://soundcloud.com/bobbie_my_love
also this guy https://soundcloud.com/delatorremusik
How did you know that was me. Also can't think of loads of things with slower hip-hop like Breakbeats.
Adam F is probably my favourite producer for that Jazzy breakbeat sound.
fuckin hell lads
I was on my way to the club Friday and just as I was heading for the door, the policeman had me arrested for not having a license for the tele!!
Just got released from the cell
Ruined my entire weekend baka and the stinky paki in my cell didn't make it any better!!!!
Hardcore is the most /bleep/ genre though.
Also J-Core is already established /bleep/.
Cycheouts are pretty cool.
How is that neobleep? If anything it's neobleep to not recognize that stupid scooter meme seriously go off yourself. No one is falling for it anymore and you should really find a better use of your time
I'm glad the constant shitposting didn't scare you off. Good luck with exams and shit.
Some people take it too seriously and leave.
This comp has a couple of interesting sound hardcore-ish tunes on it which are unlikely to be easy to find.
Also if you ever want a decent old school hardcore mix which doesn't have the usual standard fare of tracks on it listen to DJ Spinback & Storm - Oldskool Rewinds Vol. 1. Despite it's completely pleb tier cover the tracklist and mixing is really nice.
>dirty license plate
nice. all it's missing is the engine's heater plug sticking out of the front grill
most pardners/snowpardners I know are into production because we can't have the luxury of going to the club 3 times a week like most of yuro can, so lotsa free time and wanting to pretend you're bumping your local scene with your ableton sets
thus according to my straight out of ass theory, being american and into bleep has a higher chance of leading into amateur production than Kieran and his 3 times a week, always broke lifestyle
when will the dub techno meme die?
How can I into my local bleep scene? There's a lot of EDM artists that play at venues but it's kinda boring shit. I'm looking for like smaller clubs and stuff with weirder and more obscure shit. We have that kind of scene where I live (Orange County, Ca) but it's for punk music, so not really bleep.
LA is about a 45 minute drive from me. OC has a pretty good music scene though, it's just that I only recently started listening to bleep and I'm not too well versed in that scene.
Hey i do work hard to promote and improve my local scene, but it does reward knowing it isn't just me beating a dead horse.
and that 200+ people are influenced, and come to the event.
tbqh i hate circle jerk small party's, i understand the whole i come for the music idea behind it.
but it would have better to just listen to music with a few m8's at home then.
Know any other fantastic guys who made chiptunes? I liked Volker Meitz (PRI) and Ari-Pekka Paljakka (Zardax) alright. Bonus points if they do stuff other than typical dance or techno stuff.
look up restless nites....
they'll give you the inside scoop!
bumping with LA produced industrial techno